Riveron, a national business advisory firm specializing in accounting, finance and operations, has acquired Conway MacKenzie, a turnaround, restructuring and operational improvement firm based in Detroit.
With the addition of Conway MacKenzie, the combined company will have over 500 employees in 13 offices across the United States. It expects to offer a full suite of services spanning mergers and acquisitions, financial reporting, performance improvement, technology enablement, and finance operations, for both healthy and distressed environments.
“We’re thrilled to welcome the immensely talented Conway MacKenzie team to the Riveron family and enter the next phase of our growth journey together,” Riverson Founder and CEO Landon Smith said in a statement. “Conway MacKenzie’s complementary services, diverse industry knowledge, and deep expertise in solving complex business problems will enable us to bring more robust, end-to-end solutions to our clients. Our comparable growth-oriented, entrepreneurial cultures will provide excellent career opportunities for our people and enable us to jointly expand into new service areas for clients.”
Conway MacKenzie Co-Founder and CEO Don MacKenzie will lead the national restructuring practice and join Riveron’s board of directors.
He added: “The combination of Riveron and Conway MacKenzie marks a major advancement for both firms and enhances each firm’s core strengths. Together, we will offer a broader range of advisory services to our existing and future clients, while retaining our shared vision of relentless dedication to client service. I look forward to our future and working together with Landon.”
As part of Riveron, Conway MacKenzie will continue to go to market under its long-standing brand. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.